Since Miami Heat superstar LeBron James scored a franchise-record 61 points in a game against the Charlotte Bobcats, the reigning NBA Most Valuable Player has looked mortal in games against the San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls, and Houston Rockets.
Miami Heat superstar and NBA MVP LeBron James’ scoring barrage against the Charlotte Bobcats Monday night left fans, the media, and even both teams in awe of what happened.
At this point, writers are running out of superlatives to describe just how well LeBron James plays the game of basketball. Monday night he once again reminded everyone that he is the greatest player on the planet and that any talk of the Most Valuable Player award goes through him.
Best player. Best game of his career. LeBron James clearly isn’t ready to concede his MVP award to anyone yet.
He may be the king, but LeBron James may resemble a superhero or WWE villain more when he takes the court Thursday night against the New York Knicks.
The Miami Heat have been crowned Southeast Division Champions, Eastern Conference Champions, and NBA Champions over the past few years. But Heat superstar LeBron James decided to add another championship to the trophy case of his teammates.
It’s not quite a nose for news, but LeBron James’ nose remains in the news this week as the team prepares to face, pardon the pun, the New York Knicks on Thursday.
The Miami Heat knocked out the Chicago Bulls Sunday afternoon at the AmericanAirlines Arena, but the focus wasn’t as much as the game as the lineup that head coach Erik Spoelstra put on the court.
While Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant has the inside track for the NBA MVP award, last year’s winner, Miami Heat forward LeBron James isn’t giving up his crown without a fight.
Miami Heat superstar LeBron James is preparing for a second half push towards a third-straight NBA championship with the Miami Heat and as of now, he doesn’t see himself playing in any other city.